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#18 - The namesake of my home country mentioned. Swell with quinoa a… 11/18/2014 on Permission 0
#6248 - **weepingpancakes rolls 511,302,477** The number of… 11/14/2014 on $25 Visa Card Give-Away 0
#2841 - Alright, thanks mate. I'll look into it. I know my school has … 11/13/2014 on Open up to your family 0
#2748 - But like did your parents support you with the clinical analys…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/13/2014 on Open up to your family 0
User avatar #2777 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
Yeah, I brought it up to them because my friends with ADHD suggested I get evaluated, and I had tried study groups and whatnot without any significant results. It's harder to explain to people without ADD/ADHD what it's like and how your thought processes work, so it can be frustrating to convince your parents that you want to get it checked out. Do a little research, print things out show them that it is a very real thing that doesn't just "go away" on its own. I have my results with me at school in case i need to prove to the education dept that I have a learning disability.

My parents had connections through a friend and were able to schedule an appointment with a clinic relatively easily. My mom was astounded with the results. They were able to draw conclusions on my life based on simple tests without any personal questions, like sometimes my mom used to assign chores to me, and I would forget to do them and get sidetracked and she would come home and get frustrated when they weren't completed. It's literally a life-changing thing when you can get the specific help you desperately need, and I know for a fact I would not be able to stay afloat in college had I not gotten the help I needed.
User avatar #2841 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
Alright, thanks mate. I'll look into it. I know my school has a counseling center (which is where I went last year when I was told the possibility of my having a learning disability) so hopefully they can lead me in the right direction.
#2420 - I mean I wish I could but my parents have already invested so …  [+] (4 new replies) 11/13/2014 on Open up to your family 0
User avatar #2443 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
Holy shit I've been there before, honest to god. I have ADHD Inattentive type and clinical depression, I know how it feels. Getting tested for it is a relatively easy process. I was tested when I was 17 and it was two three-hour sessions. Since then, I've been taking small doses of Adderall, and it's just enough to let me complete work without being distracted. Also the spontaneous pit-of-dispair feeling of self loathing is rare nowadays, and I'm much happier. Google search for clinical analysis for learning disabilities, they're relatively easy to find.

As for the major, I was a Pre-Physical Therapy major for two years. I was really, really struggling with my classes. I was unhappy with the way I was headed because I wouldn't be making money until I was 27 after going to full-time PT school. After two years, I realized that I was only taking all Biology and pre-PT classes because it's what my parents wanted me to do and the only way I would make my dad proud (he's an architect, so the bar was set kind of high.) I had a serious talk with my parents and they supported me in my decision to change majors and career paths, and It has been the best decision I've ever made.
User avatar #2748 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
But like did your parents support you with the clinical analysis? Because I brought it up to my parents last year when I was having trouble in school and my mom laughed at me and my dad thought I could get through it by working hard.
User avatar #2777 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
Yeah, I brought it up to them because my friends with ADHD suggested I get evaluated, and I had tried study groups and whatnot without any significant results. It's harder to explain to people without ADD/ADHD what it's like and how your thought processes work, so it can be frustrating to convince your parents that you want to get it checked out. Do a little research, print things out show them that it is a very real thing that doesn't just "go away" on its own. I have my results with me at school in case i need to prove to the education dept that I have a learning disability.

My parents had connections through a friend and were able to schedule an appointment with a clinic relatively easily. My mom was astounded with the results. They were able to draw conclusions on my life based on simple tests without any personal questions, like sometimes my mom used to assign chores to me, and I would forget to do them and get sidetracked and she would come home and get frustrated when they weren't completed. It's literally a life-changing thing when you can get the specific help you desperately need, and I know for a fact I would not be able to stay afloat in college had I not gotten the help I needed.
User avatar #2841 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
Alright, thanks mate. I'll look into it. I know my school has a counseling center (which is where I went last year when I was told the possibility of my having a learning disability) so hopefully they can lead me in the right direction.
#2402 - I mean yeah. I'm a Human Physiology major because I've always …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/13/2014 on Open up to your family 0
User avatar #2415 - thegrizzlyman (11/13/2014) [-]
I was a straight A honour student in high school. It took me failing a huge midterm before I realized that Uni/College is a helluva lot different than high school. If you like your course, then it's time to switch up the routine! There's got to be some sort of tutoring at your college.. if not, ask a classmate for help. If you are polite, you'd be surprised how helpful other students can be, cause chances are a whole lot of them are in the same boat you are. I've done it before, and damn does it make a difference. It can be tough to be outgoing, but it pays off. You can do it!
#2400 - I'm a Human Physiology major. I was taking 18 credits but with…  [+] (6 new replies) 11/13/2014 on Open up to your family 0
User avatar #2412 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
It happens to alot of people, man. I recently changed my major after two years of being unhappy with my classes and struggling through my major. You should see what courses are actually appealing to you and go for em. What do you have to lose?

Also I've taken 18 credits before. That shit sucks.
User avatar #2420 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
I mean I wish I could but my parents have already invested so much in me. I'm on a substantial scholarship and they're paying the rest which is a lot and they've told me I need to be in a major that will make money because if I plan to do some shit like business I may as well go back to my hometown and go to school there.

I just don't want to let them down but I feel like I'm letting myself down even more. Like it's been a contributing factor in my depression and my counselor told me that I may have ADD or some sort of learning disability and I should get tested. But even then I don't know how to proceed with doing that.
User avatar #2443 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
Holy shit I've been there before, honest to god. I have ADHD Inattentive type and clinical depression, I know how it feels. Getting tested for it is a relatively easy process. I was tested when I was 17 and it was two three-hour sessions. Since then, I've been taking small doses of Adderall, and it's just enough to let me complete work without being distracted. Also the spontaneous pit-of-dispair feeling of self loathing is rare nowadays, and I'm much happier. Google search for clinical analysis for learning disabilities, they're relatively easy to find.

As for the major, I was a Pre-Physical Therapy major for two years. I was really, really struggling with my classes. I was unhappy with the way I was headed because I wouldn't be making money until I was 27 after going to full-time PT school. After two years, I realized that I was only taking all Biology and pre-PT classes because it's what my parents wanted me to do and the only way I would make my dad proud (he's an architect, so the bar was set kind of high.) I had a serious talk with my parents and they supported me in my decision to change majors and career paths, and It has been the best decision I've ever made.
User avatar #2748 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
But like did your parents support you with the clinical analysis? Because I brought it up to my parents last year when I was having trouble in school and my mom laughed at me and my dad thought I could get through it by working hard.
User avatar #2777 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
Yeah, I brought it up to them because my friends with ADHD suggested I get evaluated, and I had tried study groups and whatnot without any significant results. It's harder to explain to people without ADD/ADHD what it's like and how your thought processes work, so it can be frustrating to convince your parents that you want to get it checked out. Do a little research, print things out show them that it is a very real thing that doesn't just "go away" on its own. I have my results with me at school in case i need to prove to the education dept that I have a learning disability.

My parents had connections through a friend and were able to schedule an appointment with a clinic relatively easily. My mom was astounded with the results. They were able to draw conclusions on my life based on simple tests without any personal questions, like sometimes my mom used to assign chores to me, and I would forget to do them and get sidetracked and she would come home and get frustrated when they weren't completed. It's literally a life-changing thing when you can get the specific help you desperately need, and I know for a fact I would not be able to stay afloat in college had I not gotten the help I needed.
User avatar #2841 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
Alright, thanks mate. I'll look into it. I know my school has a counseling center (which is where I went last year when I was told the possibility of my having a learning disability) so hopefully they can lead me in the right direction.
#2379 - Second year of college. Still haven't made any super close fri…  [+] (11 new replies) 11/13/2014 on Open up to your family 0
User avatar #2388 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
What's your major? Are you taking classes you enjoy or taking ones that you feel like you are forced to take?
User avatar #2400 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
I'm a Human Physiology major. I was taking 18 credits but with 5 C's 2 D's and an F so I dropped my Anatomy class and Lab that was last friday and I've had two tests since then and I feel like I didn't do well in either of them. I just don't get how I can devote so much time to studying but still having no results to show for it.
User avatar #2412 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
It happens to alot of people, man. I recently changed my major after two years of being unhappy with my classes and struggling through my major. You should see what courses are actually appealing to you and go for em. What do you have to lose?

Also I've taken 18 credits before. That shit sucks.
User avatar #2420 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
I mean I wish I could but my parents have already invested so much in me. I'm on a substantial scholarship and they're paying the rest which is a lot and they've told me I need to be in a major that will make money because if I plan to do some shit like business I may as well go back to my hometown and go to school there.

I just don't want to let them down but I feel like I'm letting myself down even more. Like it's been a contributing factor in my depression and my counselor told me that I may have ADD or some sort of learning disability and I should get tested. But even then I don't know how to proceed with doing that.
User avatar #2443 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
Holy shit I've been there before, honest to god. I have ADHD Inattentive type and clinical depression, I know how it feels. Getting tested for it is a relatively easy process. I was tested when I was 17 and it was two three-hour sessions. Since then, I've been taking small doses of Adderall, and it's just enough to let me complete work without being distracted. Also the spontaneous pit-of-dispair feeling of self loathing is rare nowadays, and I'm much happier. Google search for clinical analysis for learning disabilities, they're relatively easy to find.

As for the major, I was a Pre-Physical Therapy major for two years. I was really, really struggling with my classes. I was unhappy with the way I was headed because I wouldn't be making money until I was 27 after going to full-time PT school. After two years, I realized that I was only taking all Biology and pre-PT classes because it's what my parents wanted me to do and the only way I would make my dad proud (he's an architect, so the bar was set kind of high.) I had a serious talk with my parents and they supported me in my decision to change majors and career paths, and It has been the best decision I've ever made.
User avatar #2748 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
But like did your parents support you with the clinical analysis? Because I brought it up to my parents last year when I was having trouble in school and my mom laughed at me and my dad thought I could get through it by working hard.
User avatar #2777 - whatasickname (11/13/2014) [-]
Yeah, I brought it up to them because my friends with ADHD suggested I get evaluated, and I had tried study groups and whatnot without any significant results. It's harder to explain to people without ADD/ADHD what it's like and how your thought processes work, so it can be frustrating to convince your parents that you want to get it checked out. Do a little research, print things out show them that it is a very real thing that doesn't just "go away" on its own. I have my results with me at school in case i need to prove to the education dept that I have a learning disability.

My parents had connections through a friend and were able to schedule an appointment with a clinic relatively easily. My mom was astounded with the results. They were able to draw conclusions on my life based on simple tests without any personal questions, like sometimes my mom used to assign chores to me, and I would forget to do them and get sidetracked and she would come home and get frustrated when they weren't completed. It's literally a life-changing thing when you can get the specific help you desperately need, and I know for a fact I would not be able to stay afloat in college had I not gotten the help I needed.
User avatar #2841 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
Alright, thanks mate. I'll look into it. I know my school has a counseling center (which is where I went last year when I was told the possibility of my having a learning disability) so hopefully they can lead me in the right direction.
User avatar #2386 - thegrizzlyman (11/13/2014) [-]
Are you in a course that you want to be in? It might be time for a change. In my second year of university I realized that I was in a course I hated (accounting) and I changed that. Now I'm doing better in my classes and things are looking up.

Close friends can be tough to find. I found three of my best friends in the entire world in my third year... but the time it took to find them was quite long. But don't get discouraged!!! You'll find them eventually, you just have to keep looking. and you always have us faglords here at fj to fall back on whenever you need us
User avatar #2402 - weepingpancakes (11/13/2014) [-]
I mean yeah. I'm a Human Physiology major because I've always wanted to be a doctor. But last year I struggled and this year I'm struggling too. I study so much but I don't have the grades to show for it and I don't understand what happened between high school and college.
User avatar #2415 - thegrizzlyman (11/13/2014) [-]
I was a straight A honour student in high school. It took me failing a huge midterm before I realized that Uni/College is a helluva lot different than high school. If you like your course, then it's time to switch up the routine! There's got to be some sort of tutoring at your college.. if not, ask a classmate for help. If you are polite, you'd be surprised how helpful other students can be, cause chances are a whole lot of them are in the same boat you are. I've done it before, and damn does it make a difference. It can be tough to be outgoing, but it pays off. You can do it!
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